Zion's Glad Songs (1908). Hymn book published by M.L. McPhail. At this time, McPhail was a travelling representative ("Pilgrim") of the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society (now known as Jehovah's Witnesses), working under the direction of Charles Taze Russell. McPhail had printed several editions of this hymn book. The first edition was published in 1896 in the February 1, 1896 Zion's Watch Tower. Other editions are 1900, 1902, 1905. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: M.L. McPhail, Charles Taze Russell, Watch Tower, Watchtower, Jehovah's Witnesses
byAllan Bloom [edited and digitally remastered, 2008]
This lecture was delivered at Boston College in 1983 to a small group for a series entitled "Philosophic Perspectives". It was intended to explore great philosophic works with a view to how they should be taught to undergraduates. The theme of the seminar was conceived in light of the decline & fall of liberal education in the University. In this lecture Bloom discusses Nietzsche's rejection of liberal democracy, contemporary nihilism, the Last Man, and the Will to Power. Bloom... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Allan Bloom, Nietzsche, Existentialism, Heidegger, Political Philosophy, Leo Strauss, Machiavelli,...
NOTE: THIS FILM IS SEPARATED INTO FOUR FILES Nosferatu, up elsewhere on archive.org, this is the highest resolution version up so far, a direct DVD rip, '.vob' files renamed '.mpg', no reformatting has taken place. This version is the Alpha Video (ALP 3151D) rip. For information on specific DVD versions and quality, see: http://www.silentera.com/DVD/nosferatuDVD.html For more information on public domain films, where to watch them, where to download them, and legal status info, visit... ( 7 reviews ) Topic: nosferatu vampire vampires murnau